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https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6962871/Clive-Palmer-slammed-discovered-Make-Australia-Great-signs-China.html

United Australia Party leader Clive Palmer has been slammed as a hypocrite after it was revealed his 'Make Australia Great' signs are made in China.


The politician's campaign slogan, printed on bright yellow signs throughout the country, was made to advertise his focus on boosting Australia's employment rate and local manufacturing.

But it doesn't seem to be an idea the politician has taken too seriously, with some of his corflutes being created in China

Printed by Dongguan Jianxin Plastic Products Co Ltd. 94 Qingfend East Road, Shijien, Dongguan City, Guangdong Province, China,' the poster read.

Last month, it was revealed the campaign t-shirts were also made in China and  former actor Bryan Wiseman, who was running for UAP, quit as a result.

'Clive Palmer is the personification of every negative stereotype about politicians all rolled into a single person,' one person said.

'This is so funny when you consider the fear campaign about China Palmer's been sending out over the last few months,' another said.

One person commented: 'Everything about this guy is funny and bizarre, yet he wins votes, saving Aussies from China by printing s**t in China.'

'Like, make Australia great? Just signalling that he is both a racist piece of s**t and hugely unoriginal about it,' another said

A United Australia Party spokesperson told the Courier Mail the party had spent 98.5 per cent of the printing budget in Australia and only 1.5 per cent in China. 

'Time frames also meant printing of corflutes needed to be done overseas,' the spokesman said.

Mr Palmer has also previously attacked the 'communist Chinese government' for stealing Australia's resources in 2014 and described them as 'mongrels' who 'shoot their own people' and 'haven't got a justice system.' 

Mr Palmer has spent more than $27million on newspaper ads, television ads and billboards around the country

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Political organizations with links to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) are active inside Australia’s two main political parties and using their growing influence to promote Beijing’s interests. Unlike Russia, which the U.S. intelligence community has concluded carried out an ambitious campaign of interference intended to benefit Donald Trump in the 2016 U.S. presidential election (U.S. Director of National Intelligence, January 2017), the CCP is bipartisan in its activities in Australia: it aims to build influence across the political spectrum, and to sway whomever wins. Although the activities of real estate mogul Huang Xiangmo have attracted the greatest attention (ABC News (Australia), April 6, 2019), Huang represents only part of a much larger effort on the part of People’s Republic of China (PRC)-affiliated “united front” organizations to influence politics in Australia and beyond.

Beijing is exploiting multiculturalism as a cover for its policy of “Chinese participation in politics” (huaren canzheng, 华人参政) (People’s Daily Overseas Edition, July 31, 2018; The Daily Beast, July 18, 2018). Organizations working on behalf of the Chinese government are following the advice laid out in 2010 by a CCP strategist for maximizing political influence in Western democracies: build ethnic Chinese-based political organizations, make political donations, support ethnic Chinese politicians, and deploy votes to swing close-run elections (Jinan University United Front Department, May 5, 2010). James To, a New Zealand academic, has gained access to a trove of documents in Beijing—one of which, dated 2004, described cultivating ethnic Chinese in countries like Australia to vote as a bloc, join parties, and stand for public office. [1] This approach is related to the “mixing sand” (chan shazi, 掺沙子) tactic advocated by Mao Zedong: plant trusted people in the enemy’s ranks in order to weaken them (People’s Daily, October 29, 2013).

Many of the persons and organizations prominent in Australia’s huaren canzheng movement have identifiable linkages with the influence network of the CCP’s United Front Work Department (UFWD) or other Chinese government agencies. The UFWD is a powerful branch of the CCP tasked with influencing and controlling groups outside the party, including groups located abroad. [2] Chinese President Xi Jinping has famously described united front work as a “magic weapon” of the CCP, and he has overseen a dramatic increase in personnel and resources for the UFWD (China Brief, April 24, 2018; Australian Centre on China in the World, 2018). UFWD organizations appear to be grooming a new generation of young Chinese-Australians for entry into politics, either through mentoring or “educational seminars.” [3] Candidates recruited and supported by such organizations will be expected to put ethnic Chinese voters’ interests first (Western Australia Chinese Liberal Club, September 10, 2017). Huang Xiangmo has written of the need to nurture those with bilingual skills “who can walk through the revolving door of politics, business and academia at ease” (Australian CPPRC, July 2015).

Efforts by Chinese-Australians, as well as citizens from other underrepresented ethnic groups, to further engage in politics should be welcomed. However, Australia and other democratic societies must also recognize when organizations, and persons affiliated with them, are susceptible to influence from authoritarian foreign governments. This is particularly true when these groups are dominated by members with close links to the CCP, and are in a position to influence policymakers and other leaders to adopt positions favored by Beijing.

Up to the present, New South Wales (NSW) has been seen as the epicenter of CCP influence in Australia: for example, some of those associated with Chinese Friends of Labor in NSW are now the focus of an Independent Commission Against Corruption investigation for allegedly concealing the sources of political donations (ABC News (Australia), February 3). However, NSW is not unique, and pro-Beijing influence activities are especially well-organized in Western Australia (WA). These activities have met with little scrutiny and resistance in WA in part because pro-Beijing lobbyists have powerful friends in the business community, in politics, and in the media. In public and behind closed doors, these lobbyists attack CCP critics as “anti-Chinese,” and pressure political leaders to be “friends of China”—meaning, in this context, to support policies that favor the Chinese government
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https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7131529/Australia-open-military-bases-Pacific-counter-military-threat-China.html

Australia must deploy military forces to foreign bases in the Pacific Ocean if it is to defend itself from advanced Chinese weaponry, according to a defence think tank report
Too much emphasis on defending the sea and air 'gap' to the north of Australia had left the country exposed to attack from Chinese missiles which could reach deep into the continent.

An Australian Strategic Policy ­Institute (ASPI) report has called for a new defence strategy which would put military assets in Japan, Papua New Guinea and Guam in the Western Pacific.

The report looks at how Australia can be better prepared for a major war which could occur in the next decade
'A key challenge confronting Australian strategic planners that should directly inform future defence policy is the rise of an assertive Chinese state that's directly challenging US strategic primacy in Asia,' the report's author Malcolm Davis states.

'President Xi Jinping is determined to establish the Chinese state's dominance across the Indo-Pacific, in part through displacing the established US-led rules-based order.'

The emergence of an increasingly powerful People's Liberation Army (PLA) was expanding China's ability to threaten its neighbours while reducing the US military and technological advantage in Asia.

Concerns about China's growing presence in the region were raised when three PLA warships with 700 sailors on board spent four days docked in Sydney Harbour on an unannounced visit earlier this month.

Australia's current defence strategy formulated in the 1980s concentrates on securing the sea-air gap  between Australia's northern and north-western coast and maritime South East Asia.

'This strategy sat well during the period of the Cold War and into the immediate post-Cold War period of the 1990s, when there was little or no direct threat to Australia's territory from a significant power,' the report states.

'In 2019, that situation has changed. Far from being in a strategic backwater, Australia is very much now a state in the front line, geographically, strategically and politically.'

Rapid development of Chinese military capabilities would enable its long-range strike capacity to reach vital Australian air bases, particularly in the north
'The geographical barriers and the "tyranny of distance" are being eroded with the onset of technological innovation in new military domains, such as space, cyberspace and across the electromagnetic spectrum,' the report states.

'A mindset of assuming we can defend the sea-air gap is becoming less and less credible

Joint US-Australian facilities at Pine Gap near Alice Springs and North West Cape in Western Australia, as well as American forces deployed in northern Australia, could come under direct threat in any military conflict with China
'A direct military attack against Australia would no longer necessarily occur after a warning period of 10 years,' the report states.

'With active flashpoints in Asia, including Taiwan, the Korean Peninsula, the South China Sea and the East China Sea… we can't assume that such a war is a "low probability/high consequences" contingency.'

The current defence strategy was 'reactive', waiting for an opponent to approach Australia's shores, rather than dealing with threats at a distance.

Rather than continue with that policy, the Australian Defence Force (ADF) should develop a strategy which is 'forward defence in depth'.

'This seeks to ensure that the ADF can rapidly project power deep into the maritime Indo-Pacific region to deny a potential adversary the initiative from the outset and prevent them from bringing long-range, high-speed military effects to bear.'

With new types of weapons and warfare the sea-air gap may not give Australia the same natural defence advantage as it did in the mid 1980s.

Back then, according to the report, China was 'an introverted, inward-looking and backward power' and China was still focused on the Soviet threat to its north.

The Chinese navy was 'at best a brown-water coastal defence fleet' and its air force 'largely made up of decrepit MiGs to support the ground forces.'

'By contrast, in 2019 a forward Chinese military presence, expanding out from military bases in the South China Sea through the archipelago to our north and potentially into the South Pacific between Australia and the US, would fundamentally change our strategic calculus for the worse.'

Threats could be presented by Chinese navy carrier battle groups, submarines and long-range forward-deployed air power.

More advanced conventional ballistic missile systems and nuclear weapons were also steadily increasing in reach and accuracy.

Chinese missile systems could strike at RAAF Tindal and RAAF Darwin in the Northern Territory and bases at Scherger in Queensland and Western Australia's Learmonth and Curtin if deployed in the South China Sea.

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https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7131097/How-high-immigration-Chinese-investors-housing-half-affordable-three-decades.html

House prices in Australia's biggest cities are half as affordable as they were three decades ago following a surge in immigration and Chinese investment
Sydney's median house price of $869,579 is more than 10 times an average Australian full-time salary of $83,455, despite a record 17 per cent property price plunge during the past two years.

Back in 1987, a typical suburban home with a backyard cost $120,025 - or five times a mean annual wage of $23,858.

Since that time, Australia's net annual immigration pace has more than doubled from 125,800 to 292,280 in the year to April 2019, with the population growth pace of 1.6 per cent the highest in the developed world

Australian Population Research Institute president Dr Bob Birrell said there was a direct link between a surge in Sydney and Melbourne median house prices and high immigration.

'Of course. It's a major factor in the demand for houses in Sydney and Melbourne,' the former government immigration adviser told Daily Mail Australia on Wednesday.

'One of the factors causing that very high ratio is high demand for houses, a large part of which is driven by immigration
Between 2012 and 2017, house prices in Australia's two biggest cities surged with Sydney values rising by 68 per cent as Melbourne's median price climbed by 54 per cent.

This coincided with Australia's net annual immigration pace climbing above 200,000.

Prices in middle-distance suburbs had increased, as more skilled migrants moved in, from the Monash council area in Melbourne's south-east to Ryde in Sydney's north

'It's pretty clear,' Dr Birrell said.

'They're buying what we might call modest-price houses in the million or so bracket.

'They've had a significant role in pushing up prices in middle, suburban areas.'

A high intake of international students has also fuelled demand for units near the city

'Immigration has surged in recent years and most of that surge is due to the surplus of temporary migrants arriving,' Dr Birrell said.

'That source of migration is having a greater impact on the demand for apartments than it is on detached houses.'

The surge in temporary immigration, driven by an increasing number of students from China and India, has given developers a reason to demolish free-standing houses.

'The numbers have surged,' Dr Birrell sai
'Sydney and Melbourne is being torn down and rebuilt.'

Digital Finance Analytics founder Martin North said while population was one factor that had made housing unaffordable, Chinese investor demand had been a bigger cause during the past decade.

'Population growth is absolutely one of them but I do think the migration story is overdone,' he told Daily Mail Australia.

'The main reason that we have the massive spike is the investors, particularly international investors.

'If you look at it, China and other countries really decided Australia was where they wanted to buy property.'

Despite Australia's historically high immigration rate, Sydney's median house price has dived by 17 per cent since peaking in July 2017, despite record-low interest rates, following an Australian Prudential Regulation Authority crackdown on investor and interest-only loans.

In the year to April, Australia's net annual immigration pace stood at 292,280,  which was more than four times the 20th century average of 70,000, Australian Bureau of Statistics figures released on Wednesday showed
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